Publisher: McGraw-Hill, 1995, 680 pages
Keywords: Risk Management
This text examines risk management in organizations, rather than personal insurance, and offers a balanced presentation of institutional and statistical material. The book provides a problem-solving approach to the subject and is student-centred with examples and cases. It includes material relevant to private, public and non-profit organizations and examines personal benefits, such as life and health insurance and pensions within the context of the organization.
A very comprehensive book about the subject of insurance in the USA, but a bit hard to digest.
If you manage to get through it, you will as a Europena, probably be shocked over the state of the Insurance marketplace in the USA (but Public and Private). This is pre-ObamaCare, but I doubt very much has changed.
Interesting if you're into the subject, but otherwise, you may safely skip it.